The only thing the two shooters have in common was the length of their streak.
Here are some numbers on the two streaks:
Curry has made 533 of 1,175 three-pointers, the most in the league and 135 more than the next-closest player. Korver made 337 of 718 three-pointers, the fourth-most makes in the league during his streak.
Curry is third in the NBA in three-point field goal percentage at 45.3 percent.
Korver led the league in three-point field goal percentage at 46.9 percent.
Curry has averaged 26.3 points per game during his streak, tied for third in the NBA.
Korver averaged 11.5 points per game during his streak, tied for 95th in the NBA.
Curry has 55 games with at least five three-pointers, 33 games with six, 21 games with seven, 14 games with eight, four games with nine, two games with 10 and maxed out at 11 once.
Korver had 15 games with at least five three-pointers, six with at least six threes and maxed out at eight three-pointers twice.
Curry has 14 games with just one three-pointer.
Korver had 31 games with just one three-pointer.
Only 13.3 percent of Curry’s attempts came from the corners.
Only 12.5 percent of Korver’s attempts came from the top of the key.
Curry has been assisted on 309 three-pointers; 224 of his threes have been unassisted.
Korver was assisted on 330 of his 337 three-pointers.
Out of Curry’s 532 three-pointers during this streak, 361 have come from 25 feet out. He is 12-for-35 from 30 feet out and has more 40-footers (2) in this streak than Korver had 30-footers (1) in his. Curry’s longest make came from 48 feet and his longest attempt was a 78-footer.
Out of Korver’s 337 three-pointers during his respective streak, 152 three-pointers came from 25 feet out. His longest three-point attempt came from 30 feet. He attempted two and made one.